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Foam Rolling for Pelvic Pain Relief

In Pelvic Pain by Courtney Edgecomb1 Comment

By: Courtney Edgecomb The very first time I came across a foam roller was in high school when I went to physical therapy for back pain. At that time, the main product was simply a long, circular white piece of soft foam. It wasn’t special but it certainly helped me continue playing soccer without pain. Fast forward into my college …

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What is Red Cord Physical Therapy?

In Pelvic Floor Dysfunction by Stephanie PrendergastLeave a Comment

  By Sarah Court, PT, DPT, e-RYT   Traditionally, the thinking around how to approach low back and pelvic girdle pain has had a singular approach: find the ‘tight’ muscle and stretch it, and then find the ‘weak’ muscle and make it stronger.   While it’s true that muscular tone imbalances can and do create the kind of postural disequilibrium …

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Posture and the Pelvis: Part Deux

In Female Pelvic Pain, Male Pelvic Pain by pelv_admin3 Comments

    “Share the load” – Samwise Gamgee “It’s all about the base ” – Meghan Trainor “Drop it like it’s hot” – Snoop Dogg   Some different quotes from last time, but after reading today’s post you’ll understand how Samwise, Ms. Trainor and Dr. Dogg are all talking about posture and the pelvis, and they didn’t even know it.   …